Work-related deaths down; homicides may be on the rise
Early figures from an annual Michigan State University report indicate that the number of workplace deaths in Michigan has decreased, but work-related homicides may be rising.View story photos
Warren Wood: Loving Water but Working in the Desert
Becoming a hydrogeologist in the early 1960s seemed like a good fit. I loved all things water: sailing, canoeing, swimming, etc.View story photos
Aniela Butler: Demmer Scholar
As I returned to Washington, D.C. over spring break, my thoughts went back to last summer when I was a Demmer Scholar and worked with the Federal Forest Resource Coalition and I fell in love with our nation’s capital.View story photos
Justice Department honors MSU scholar for changing national response to rape
The Department of Justice on April 21 recognized MSU's Rebecca Campbell with a prestigious award for improving the national understanding of – and response to – sexual assault.View story photos
Kirkus names MSU prof co-authored book among top for 2015
A book co-authored by an MSU faculty member that examines what is known as the “Hillary Doctrine” has been nominated by the Kirkus Reviews as one of its top nonfiction picks of 2015.
New archive creates global access to rare African photos
Hoping to preserve cultural heritage and change Western thought on Africa, an MSU researcher will use a $300,000 National Endowment for the Humanities grant to digitize 100,000 original black-and-white negatives of Mali’s most important photographers, dating from the 1940s.View story photos
Belly fat chatter may be what's raising your blood pressure
MSU researchers, who were the first to suggest that high blood pressure could be caused by belly fat hormones “talking” with blood vessels in the abdomen, have received a nearly $7 million National Institutes of Health grant to further their work.View story photos
MSU sees largest class of National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellows awarded
Nineteen National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellows from MSU have been selected for 2015 – the largest class of fellows for MSU since the program began in 1952.
Mark Voit: The Privilege of Seeing How the Universe Works
When I was 5, the big kid next door gave me “The How and Why Wonder Book of Stars.” I was instantly captivated and stayed that way.View story photos
MSU Board of Trustees to meet Friday
The MSU Board of Trustees will meet at 9:30 a.m. Friday in the Board Room of the Hannah Administration Building.